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TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Section of Main Street Closed Tomorrow for Removal of Traffic Control Devices; Main Street to Reopen

Posted 09-30-20.

On Thursday, October 1, Main Street will be CLOSED TO ALL THROUGH TRAFFIC between North Parkway (Ultraflow) and Highway 66 (Winfield Dunn Parkway), from approximately 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. as crews remove traffic control devices. Weather and other conditions permitting, all travel lanes will be reopened at approximately 3:00 p.m. tomorrow, October 1.

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Red Bank Road Repairs Scheduled to Begin October 5

Posted 09-30-20.

Contractors working for the City of Sevierville are scheduled to begin making repairs to a section of Red Bank Road on Monday, October 5. The section of Red Bank Road between Red Bank Circle and Summerfield Lane will undergo slope repairs. Weather and other conditions permitting, the estimated completion date is mid-November, 2020. During the construction period, temporary traffic signals will be in operation. Motorists should expect delays, especially during heavy traffic periods.

City Park Tennis/Pickleball Complex Receives USTA Grant for New Practice Backboard

Posted 09-17-20.

The Sevierville Department of Parks and Recreation has received a United States Tennis Association grant to install a practice backboard for hitting balls at the City Park Tennis/Pickleball Complex.

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Temporary Closure of West Prong Greenway and Parking Lot

Posted 09-14-20.

The City of Sevierville will be resealing and restriping the West Prong Greenway and parking lot on Hardin Lane this week. Work will take place beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 15. Weather and other conditions permitting, the work will be completed by the end of the day Wednesday, September 16.

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Fire Department Offers CPR/AED, First Aid and Stop the Bleed Class October 10

Posted 09-14-20.

The Sevierville Fire Department is offering a CPR/AED, First Aid and Stop the Bleed class on Saturday, October 10 at the Headquarters Station, 1162 Dolly Parton Parkway.

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Leaf Collection Season

Posted 09-14-20.

The City of Sevierville Public Works Department announces leaf collection will begin on Monday, October 19, 2020 and is scheduled to conclude January 29, 2021. This date may be adjusted if warranted by weather conditions.

Residents may choose either of the following leaf collection alternatives. Please read each alternative carefully and direct any questions you may have to the Public Works Department at 429-4567.

Bagged Leaf Collection
The Public Works Department will collect bagged leaves, along with other bagged yard waste, during bulk rubbish/junk collection on a bi-weekly basis. Residents may call 429-4567 and request a work order be completed or simply place bags at curbside. NO SPECIAL PICKUPS WILL BE MADE.

Vacuum Leaf Collection
The Public Works Department will make every effort to be in your neighborhood every two weeks to vacuum loose leaves. During peak periods or equipment breakdown pickup may take longer. The City has been divided into three sections. Once crews make a complete sweep of the City they will start over and make another complete sweep. This method of collection will be used throughout the leaf collection season. NO SPECIAL PICKUPS WILL BE MADE.

Tips for Vacuum Leaf Collection:
 Rake leaves in rows no more than 3 feet wide. Do not park vehicles in front of leaf piles; leaf piles that are blocked will not be collected until the service truck returns to the area as scheduled and the leaf piles are no longer blocked.
 Remove limbs, rocks, and other debris; leaf piles mixed with other materials will not be collected until the service truck returns to the area as scheduled and the leaf piles are separated.
 Do not place leaves in street.

If you have any questions regarding leaf collection, please contact the Public Works Department at 429-4567.

Census 2020 Nearing Completion

Posted 08-31-20.

Help shape your parks, health care, and community by participating in the 2020 Census. By counting all our residents, we will receive our fair share of federal funds to be used for schools, roads, and other public services. The data collected is also used to determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Visit 2020CENSUS.GOV to complete the 10-minute Census survey. The CENSUS 2020 survey process ends September 30.

A local website has been developed to provide an overview of the Census 2020 process and why it’s important for everyone to be counted. Visit seviervilletn.org and scroll down to the Census 2020 logo and click to access the Census 2020 page.